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KVICMNd ArmtltN, Mn,OI,tt,l, T. II . H.VITItliAY, Aid. 17. I to7. KVHMXO lll'UJ'TIV I'ulilinliiMl Kiel) lli) Kurt-pi Sunday lit K'U KiliK Ktrert, lliiliolulu, T. II.. by tin BULLETIN rUBUSHlXQ CO . LTD. WALLACE R. FARKINCTON. Editor tillered lit the Poftotliee nt Hono lulu as Hi'i uutl-i Iuki mutter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' Payable in Advance. Evening Bulletin. I'er month, anywhere in U. 8.$ ,75 l'r (juarler, anywhere In IT. S. 2.00 Per year, anywhere in U. S... 8.00 l'eryeur, postpuid, foreign... 11.00 Weekly Bulletin. lx mouths $ .60 Peryuar, anywhere in V. S... 1.00 lor year, postpaid, foreign... 2.00 Territory of Hawaii, ) Honolulu, )ss: First Judicial Circuit.) C. U. HOCK US, business Manager of the Bulletin Publishing Company, Limited, being first duty sworn, on oath depones und says: That the fol lowing In a true anil correct state rtii'iit of the circulation for the week ending Friday, August 10, 1107. of the Dally and Weekly Editions of tb Lveulng Uullotin: Circulation of Evening; Bulletin Saturday, Aug. 10 2806 Monday, Aug. 12 2715 Tuesday, Aug. 13 2910 Wednesday, Aug. 14 2740 Thursday,. Aug. 15 2856 Friday, Aug. 16... 2659 Average Daily Circulation . . . .2781 Circulation of Weekly Bulletin Tuesday, Aug. 13, 1907 2942 Number of weeklies delivered on the Island of Hawaii alone.. 1310 Combined guaranteed average Circulation '. . .5723 HUU-KTIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD., by C. G. HOCKUS, Business Manager. BubHcribed nnd sworn to befere me tli Ih 17th day of August, (SKAL) Anno Domini, 1907: P. H. BURNBTTE, Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit. SATI'ltlMY At'U. 17, 107! Honolulu polo team with one of its men "done up" and another all but "down and out" was defeated. But it, is rare sport and adds ginger to the next game. Accord lug to all accounts the ex posure of corruption in Pennsylvania will occupy several years, because (he wrong doing has been laid on la thick layers year after year. Was It one of those peculiar co incidences mat lii t, Ij, Jyanai Mci.'ano less in the Grand Jury box for the wrongs that need his righting, for the Good that he can do? The passing of the Queen Dowager of China is an event in China's his tory that may lead to some of that activity In the Pacific towards which the finger of Destiny has been point ing so long. All Honolulu can agree on the great drydock for Pearl Harbor. So It will not, do uny harm to pass reso lutions to that effect, just to show our friends across the way that Ho nolulu can get together on occasion. ,Jt vould be strange if the Japan ese .agitation should suddenly be transferred to the wild mining camps of Alaska, where the Japanese and the Americans are the least numerous, and therefore becoming excited on slight provocation. President Roosevelt is being al ternately urged to assist in break ing the telegraph operators' strike und. the great telegraph trust. If it gels too warm, the President is Jiker ly to break loose in comment on the undcslruble citizens in both camps. The selection of Cnpt. Soule as a member of the Promotion Committee places on that Important committee a retail merchant. This is the ilrst time the retailers have been recog nized directly, but the move is not less satisfactory because g lwng de layed. Kuslness men reach a very sensible conclusion when they decide thaMhc coastwise shipping law matter can not be settled by snap judgment and one meeting of a few men. Honolu lu needs the first class local boat, and the move for our business men to make is that which will improve tho local service most speedily. San Francisco is all right. A few days ago a structural iron worker of that city fell four stories Off a girder und landed on his feet, Ho weighed 230 pounds. He not only still Jives, but at last reports was figuring when ho would again straddlo girders of new skyscrapers. With such citizens, any community is bound to win against the most Impossible odds, i.i. ii j ii ii Governor Frear in dealing with the waterfront range light should re (Mil that the erection of the light Is more important than an ti).turm!nuh!e wrangle wth Federal officers over a mutter of a few feet In local ion, A Ifooil lighthouse directly in the linn nt vision of the iiiiiu wulklng down Fort street will not Irreparably Jar His iioi ves of average citizens of the I'lillBd glutei. WHY GIRLS MARRY. Collriie t iIi'hwx'k mid lian alain i ate mm lui'lil.i i h Hp' ni i onslili Table lime tlllK XIIIIIIIIIT (list IINstllK till' llllllll in it' villi, ;il Inn , n mat riiutiiiv , or, to put I lull1!!, why women do or do not ninny. There frctus In be a iloulit In the luliid.i ill many leaders whether ijiKik learning inspire a .voiihk woman to follow In the pathway of wedded bllsx, which less Intellectual ancestor traveled 111 jears passed. The expel u who discussed the sub ject from their, own observation reached definite conclusions In each in stance, lint all the conclusions did not. tally. There is Mill a disagreement. it has remained for a French pro misor to iiuike a more thorough in vass of the subject than any other. 'I his seeker after facts sent out letters to three hundred young women In France, America, Germany and Kng Innd asking them II' they wished to marry and why; If not, why not. Tne result was Illuminating. All Hie Flench girls wished to be married, because they wunled to have a good time, to escape the Irksome re' Htrlctions of girlhood igid to have a chaperon to travel with. None desired iiiiniii!;e for its maternal lespousibtl- ilh Seventy-live American girls wore circularized, sixty-el;;ht of whom re siKinded. Forty-six of them were dis satisfied with their homes, for one reu ton or other, and wanted to have homes of their own, five were tired of living with their families, three want ed to travel, two wanted to be loved und to love and one wanted a baby, while the replies from KugliUKl showed practically the same motives. Of seventy-five German girls, all but three replied. Twenty-eight wanted to have their own homes, seven wanted to travel, five wanted greater freedom, six wanted to nuitise themselves, and two wanted babies. The conclusion drawn from this French census of matrimony was dis rppolntliig to its author. While he ex pected that the French girls would-clo-tire marriage for selfish reasons, lie anticipated something better from America and Germany; and he con eludes that the American, English and German girl is like the French girl, and all have forsaken the idea of love marriages, marrying for practical und not sentimental reasons. It comes down to the century-old fact that there is no set rule that" will apply to each one all the time. The intellectual woman who appears to have been booklzed out of all thought of matrimony would probably have been a prismatic charactered old maid angular aud variegated had she only tho common school education That Tired Peeling will leave you if you will follow our suggestion; YOU make us yijur agent; WIS will do the rest. We will attetnd to all your property; in vest your cusb; collect your rents, dividends, Interest, etc.; we will pay your insurance, taxes, assessments, clues and bills, and we will keep your valuables in our Safety Deposit Vault. Half your Ills are due to worry. Drop In and talk it over with us. HENRY WATKRHOUSE TRUST COMPANY, LTD. Real EstatelDsD't. FOR SALE. Bargain No. 1. Eight minutes' ride on electnc cars. Lot 120x120. Three bed room cottage, built five years ago. Price $1500.00. Easy terms. Bargain No. 2. .Property situated near town five minutes walk from center of city. Three cottages bringing a monthly rental of $22. Price $2500.00. Easy terms. Bargain No. 3. A Beach property at Waialae cheap for cash. Particulars at our offloe. FOR RENT. Kin? Street $25.00 Beretania Street S25.00 Waikiki Beach $40.00 Beretania Street $40.00 Peniaoola Street $20.00 1 Wilder Avenue $35.00 j I.unalilo Street $25.00 Lunalilo Street $30.00 Matlock Avenue $25,00 FURNISHED: Kins Street $40.00 Makiki Street $50.00 Pearl City $25.00 Prospect Street $45.00 Kinau Street $35.00 Henry Wat erhouse Trust Co., LIMITED Corner Fort tni Merchant Sti. If Wishes Were Horses I 10eryone would ride, und every one would own a home. Everyone wishes to own ii home, but wishing will never secure It for you. After yoif have been wishing for a home call und see us, Hllil let us tell you what the next step In securing a home is. it Is an easy step and far better than paying rent. Wo have home nice homes in different parts of the city. Some, of them will bo sure to suit. Trent Trust Co. The college has merely given her a wider sphere of action and made her, perhaps, more angular. Put despite the fact that the learned and the unlearned have been asking vhy, all these years they are no nearer u definite answer that will fit nil cases than they were a hundred years ago. The field of Inquiry Is limitless und includes such queries as, why does a short man marry a tall woman and a fat woman search out a small, thin man and so forth? Because It suits them best to do so is about the only answer that answers all phases. Some find it a success and others don't. And there you are. What the college professors and school teachers ought to do is to de vole a large share of their time to equipping tho unmarried youth for practical work, so that when they do go out Into the world the young men will be able to earn a living aud the young women comfortably and eco nomically conduct the affairs of a home. Books, Bookish People and Things K XJ E R H E K P; H M K K K S3 18 OUR GIRL. , K m a k cs ki w la ij m is, a a a m a a a JJy actual measurement fit very tall Forty-two inches, that's all; Take her by cubic feet or by weight? Dimension, bulk, quantity, state, Easily chalked on the slate, ' Thirty-four pounds by the scale, Age? Four years next July Twenty-third day; Fair of skin, blue of eye, laughing und gay. Nothing to pay tor her fare! Travel free anywhere, Uke ministers and dead-beats, Tramps, hobos and cheats, She is valued by what she displaces And not by her virtues and graces. On scales, trains and boats she is nil, For a few years no company will pjiinl. her a person at all; In some ways Us hard to be small. Hut we know her worth. Since her birth She's displaced gold, diamonds and pcurl: They are nothing by the side of our girl. Advance sheets from "Rhymes and Runes for Huppy- Haoles" by E. S. Goodhue. AN AMERICAN SCHOOL OF K X TROPICAL MEDICINE. a w hi m m m mi m i m na a m ki m ia Undor this title Dr. I. W. Brewer of the Marine Service discusses the ques- tlon of tho establishment of a school, SALE OP Laces, Embroideries, Appliques, etc., Next Wednesday,' August , 16th, at 8 o'clock. From our Window Display you can get an idea of the low prices that will prevail. Net Top LACES, APPLIQUES REDUCED 50 per cent. EMBROIDERIES at Cost. The Embroideries offered will include many choice patterns in SWISS, NAINSOOK and CAMBRIC in all widths and at prices from 5c. per yard up to $1. Also about 20 dozen pieces of NARROW VALENCIENNES LACE AND INSERTION. Remember, Good Things don't last long atan Ehlers Sale. EHLERS Whose Sales w It h the recommendation that It be located )n New OiIciiiih. His iilile pa per. l;l h pulilUlieil hm a eiiiitll iiiiilmi, lias lieeii reprinted, und It eer- I 'lllnly (lives snme good leaminM why such a whi ml would fiourlsh In the South, lie says. "jt Would seem that I he best result .ire Vi lie obtained if the school be lo cated In a Inrc scaiiorl town that has a considerable tropical commerce. The "ii nine n icacuiiig woiiiii ue grcaii) improved were there u national quar antine close by w here such iIIscusch as vellow fever, plague nnd beriberi might be studied. A number of cities have been mentioned for the seat of 'his Institution of learning. San Fran cisco puts lui lli i i m claim based upon its commercial relations with the Orient, Hh large Oriental population, and the number of tropical cases thai are returned from the Philippines. It hardly seems an Ideal place for the fi'hool." Mere follow other reasons, mien as tile transient character of the tropical visitors, the salubrious surrounding country, and the absence of uny gov eminent hospital "of uny size" in the town. These points ure well taken und were evidently not thought of by Sir Patrick Manson, when ho suggest ed San Francisco us the best locution lor the American College. New Or leans is certainly much better. Dr. Brewer continues: "Dr. Good Hue of Holiuiloii puts forth the ad vantages of Honolulu, und there is much to commend it as a location. Situated 'wllliln the tropics, it has one of the must delight I'ul climates in the world. Of tropical diseases there is no particular shortage." Then very cleverly indeed the au thor takes advantage of our brag that there Is no malaria in Hawaii, and says that without this necessary part of the study of tropical medicine we ould not give the needed Instruction In malaria mi well as New Orleans. He also claims that we are out of the .way. But to offset this we ure on the road to the Oriental ports, and our vessels all touch here. Besides, we have the Ideal lazaretto of the world. The tropical diseases furnishing clinical material in New Orleans are not permanently established there us they are here. We have the sort of population which will never fail to fur nish us with -all the varieties of un usual disease in northern countries, except, possibly malaria. And Dr. Wallers claims that there is malaria here, and his opinion is entitled to consideration. If Dr. Brewer had seen Dr. Cofer's able paper on the establishment of the school, he would, I think, 'have modi fied his statements. For the benefit of those interested I may say that a paper of mine entitled Honolulu School of Tropical Medi- cine: The Life History of An Idea" will shortly appear in a New York publication of which reprints are to be made. Those ititereated may drop me a card for copies; Lane Lectures, Sir P. Monson, M. D. g K K K E M K M M IS! IS DS K IS! Ml K 1 " THE HAPA-HAOLE. a n k v. m k m m ) w x m mm m You hear her laughter, rippling, clear, You see her smiles and glances too And though a stranger, do not fear But she will give the same to you! Her favors like the sunshine free; She knows no color, sect, or race; She reigns supreme I- Hawp'l The loveliest product of ibe JTa:c, ' She waits with lefs In her hand; With leis round her neck and hair; Type surely of this happy land Light-hearted, loving, debonair. If you but grant it, she will place Around your neck a fragrant strand; A wreath of muile with such grace K'one but a statue could withstand. All honor to her olive skin, Her full-orbed eyes, her kindly face; Sooner or laer she will win 1 he malahihl to her place. Advance sheet from "Rhymes and Runes for Happy Haoles," by E. S. Goodhue. 'S. M ; M iW K K Ssi K M RiigRXX THE CRAFTSMAN Si S W 9t VI K M M Ik W Mi is! IS! Sf 3(1 IS It is a pleasure always lo say a word for this artistic and rigidly well-conducted magazine. It is a magazlhft which encourages not only the best art and work of the hands- in wood, but it is thoroughly American. There is a paper in the July number entitled Solon Borglum and Albert Hum phreys: Two American Artists Who Have Turned Their Backs on Foreign Influence und Find Inspiration Here." That is what some of our local artists ARE Sales, uii'CSk w if life Ww' fyfJir uSQr the Mtell 6- t 'rt. . .:-: v.-'fo-yir&jtf Smv-fVt'i . :v'- ' r i. Ask your druggist for a copy of our booklet, "The ills of Life," giving' instructions covering the most 'effect Ive use of Peruna. Peruna is for sale by all chemists and druggists. . The following wholesale druggists will supply the retail trade in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith & Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hobron Drug Co. are doing now in Hawaii, and 11 is i bout time they were being duly ap-. predated, . 2!) W. Thirty-fourth street, New York. 2!ic a copy, $3 a year. Hook News for July is an 'Jan AIiic laren' number In IIIiihI ral ion and read ing. The blight face of this clever Scotchman is seen on nearly every page. He lived to make the world n better place for us all, nnd so 'did not come for naught, as so many other pilled men have done. John Wuim inaker, rhilaileljihla. t0 a year. tf S Mr. Will Payne has something; to say on "The Cheat of Over Capitaliza tion" in Kverybody's for July. This paper will be followed next month by one on "Watered Hailroud Securities." Every hod, v's, The ltidgeway Co,, New j York. 1.50 a year. A moKt entertaining paper Is to be found In "The Arena" for June con tributed by Mr. Arthur Smith on "Plant Consciousness." This subject the present, writer has taken up In some papers written about three years ago on the subconsciousness of trees ,as individual entitles, and the peculiar selective sennit Iveness of the mimosa pudica seen as a pest on Kauai and possibly other parts of Hawaii. The subject of agriculture and agri cultural colleges is discussed in the June number of The Hawaiian For ester and Agriculturalist by Messrs. .lured G. Smith, H. K. Cooper, W. H. Farrington, A. V. Griffiths, Walter G. Smith, P. L. Home, 13. O. Clarke, L. ,13. lliggins, V. A. Kraiiss and Miss ileed. The contributions form a valu able symposium. $ "Nitrates From the Air" is the title old Soda drawn from ' ; . o ur fine fountain Lacks nothing that could be l)esired by the most J s cnsitive palate. We use Only pure juices made Direct from fresh fruits A. nd can gve any flavor. Alexander Young Cafe vs'mi WiX33- i? 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Full pa;.'P pictures of Robert Man tell us Urafus In "Julius Caesar," am! of the f'i"i -faced Mmie Doro may be found in The Theatre for July wlili tin uhiimkincc ol other clear illiiHlruiioir, and well written papers. Monthly. .0 'e: u3rd Ht., New York. 5c a copy, FOR CATARRH IN fill ftAtSftaL: COUGHS, GRIP MRU ALL V, DISEASES Goods & MARSH 3 a year. Every three months "The Interna tional Journal of Ethics" comes around with its pages full of good reading. In tho July issue Professor Joalah Morse of Clark University treats of the "Psychology of Preju dice" in a way to help us all. We aH have prejudices if not prejudice. Our bringing up lias left us with kinks which we struggle to straighten out by the side of our good convictions; but we liiut it mi all-day matter. 3115 Locust street, Philadelphia. U5c a copy, f '.') a year. 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